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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Minos, Aegeus, Rhadamanthus

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(1) crete: great sea power (ships, trade) powerful kings (i. e. minos) and great archeology (palaces: religious artifacts: snake goddess, linear a on o
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

Lecture 1 & 2 Notes.pdf

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11 Mar 2013
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There is no easy way to package myth into a simple definition. There are times where a story you recognize as a myth, but it does not fit into the defi
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Etiology

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Explains society to itself, its concerns and values. Continually regenerated over time through various media. Classical myth is mostly concerned with l
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Greek Mythology, Chthonic, Tumulus

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24 Mar 2015
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Mortal son of venus, who with the help of sibyl of cumae (roman equivalent to apollo"s priestess) enters hades. Accompanies him through the underworld
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Telling Stories, Harpy, Comparative Mythology

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3 Oct 2015
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Clas203 - lecture 5 theories of myth interpretation. Philosophers: searched for the truth that myths contain. Modern theories focus on: content, social
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Thespius, Cretan Bull, Castanets

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2 Nov 2015
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Clas 203 - lecture 20 heroic myth: theseus and the myths of athens. Amphitryon is engaged to alcmena, daughter of electryon (king of mycenae)-raiders c
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Patrilineality, Laestrygonians, Anax

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11 Mar 2013
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Continuing of odysseus in ithica: odysseus, disguised as a beggar, goes to eumaeus" hut. Claims to have met odysseus, will return soon: athena urges tl
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Argonautica, Musaeum, Proto-Indo-European Language

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11 Mar 2013
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Polytheistic (believed by greeks: many gods); anthropomorphic (in the eyes/shape of human begins) Gods do not create world; dwell within. No god is pow
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Preface, Neoptolemus, Thrinacia

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11 Mar 2013
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Saw in iliad that the heroic ideal is exemplified by achilles. Odysseus or achilles: two different modes of agon (competition) Odysseus" attributes: od
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture 2: CLAS 203 - Lecture 3 -Historical Context of Myth

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3 Oct 2015
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Time from which the early kernels of the myth originate. Great events myths perpetuate occurred in this era. Contact with early inhabitants of greece a
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture 1: CLAS 203 - Lecture 1 - Introduction to Classical Mythology

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3 Oct 2015
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Clas 203 lecture 1 introduction to classical mythology. Class time: m//w/f 3:35-4:25: frank dawson adams auditorium. Course objectives: the myth of the
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MCGILLCLAS 203Margaret PalczynskiFall

CLAS 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hemera, Hekatonkheires, Sept

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3 Oct 2015
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Clas203 lecture 6 creation myths: cosmogony and theogony. Cosmogony: the coming into being of the universe (greek kosmos: order ) Theogony: the coming
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